When the center first opened it was announced as one of the region’s cultural capitals, offering artists and audiences five world-class performing arts venues. It still holds that distinction and has become so much more. Now, it is a vibrant destination contributing to Notre Dame’s excellence in the performing and cinematic arts. As the University’s home for the arts, our venues are a means to touch as many lives as possible.
Certain events may be hosted at the following locations on campus:
Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Organ recitals that are not held in the Reyes Organ and Choral Hall at the center will take place at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Events held here are not ticketed and free to attend.
O’Neill Hall of Music
The O’Neill Hall of Music is located on the south side of the Notre Dame Stadium.
The LaBar Recital Hall is located at door 7, east of the stadium’s Leahy Gate C.
The LaBar Performance Hall is located at door 10, west of the stadium’s Leahy Gate C.
AT A GLANCE
- Total estimated cost of building: $64 million
- 150,000 square foot facility with 5 performance venues, scene shop, rehearsal hall and 28 faculty offices
- 177 rooms, 384 doors, 84 different shades of paint
- The lower level houses 4 classrooms, 14 film editing bays, a recording studio, student lounge, costume shop, dressing rooms, laundry facilities for costume cleaning, rehearsal studio, set design rooms with big drafting tables
- 7 separate foundations: 5 for each of the venues, 1 for the scene shop and 1 for the “spine” of the building